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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 15 PRA training workshops: follow up issues from Uganda and Ethiopia
Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 19882001 15 PRA training workshops: follow up issues from Uganda and Ethiopia Parmesh Shah Uganda approaches to overcome them. They hope to include aspects of PRA in the students' work, In late 1992, John Devavaram of SPEECH and and may also incorporate them into the I facilitated a PRA field-based training curriculum. workshop in Uganda with the support of the Forest, Trees and People Programme (FTPP) One aspect of PRA which has proved difficult and with the coordination of John Aluma of to imbibe is self-critical awareness, as this is the Makerere Institute of Social Research related to the performance evaluation (MISR). This note summarises what was mechanisms in these organisations. Criticising achieved after this workshop. The follow up oneself can be taken as a sign of weakness, but workshop was attended by almost all the this is inhibiting growth in learning through participants who had attended the first PRA analysis and reflection. workshop. The progress that had been made in six months was very encouraging. Almost all Sharing of experiences through attending one the participants have used PRA methods in another's training programmes is also not their work for a wide range of applications. ...